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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Ok, so I'm cheating a little saying I've visited Oman, but I'm technically here, and I have 2 hrs free WiFi with 2 hrs to kill! The "long haul" was only around 7 hrs, I got so over excited on the plane when I was shown by the 17yr old lad from Bombay next to me, how to move my seat and operate the entertainment! They gave us free stuff! Including a tiny little toothpaste! I felt like ...
... she was using to cover her head. An elderly Australian gentleman was moved to one side together with his niece. He was wearing shorts and she had ¾ length slacks. Neither had been prepared for the visit to the mosque as there had been a mix up with their tickets. (after asking about this later in the day and having it fully explained to me I still don’t fully understand so won’t write anything more about it.) The rest of us having passed the inspection were shown ...
Tuesday - 2 April - Muscat
What a lovely sight as we approached the port - just like coming home - apart from the mountains which you don't get in Doha.We got the shuttle bus to Muttrah Souk and then grabbed a taxi quick because the Grand Mosque - our destination - closes at 11am.
Our driver, Juma, was really good and he pointed out various buildings and areas of interest along the way. When we arrived at the mosque he checked our head ...
... has increased from around 20 to over 1300. They even build schools and healthcare facilities in the barren mountains so that the residents can continue their lifestyle in those regions. When the Omani residents, male and female, reach the age of 22 years, the Government give each one a plot of land, either in the area they live, or alternatively in the area they work. They can then build their own homes, usually only two stories high, ...
... said open to whomever, so I went up on the roof. It wasn't that high, but still allowed for nice view looking out on the city. A little bit later, my hosts fiance came over, and we went for dinner at a small place around the corner. They put in an order for a "Half-Family" meal and it was so much food that the three of us didn't come close to finishing it, but it was quite good. On several plates we were brought a salad, hummus, a big pita bread, as well as grilled ...